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These 15 Rare Photos Of Montreal In The 1960s Will Mesmerize You

A fun look at the city's colourful past.
These 15 Rare Photos Of Montreal In The 1960s Will Mesmerize You

Montreal is an amazing looking city (as long as you're not looking at the construction). But there's just something magical about Montreal in the 1960's.

The classic cars, the vintage neon signs, and of course, the fashion!

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It was a simpler time and the photos from that era are absolutely mesmerizing.

Beaver Lake - 1965

Christmas Decoration at Place d'Armes - 1968

China Town - 1966

Old Port - 1966

Photo cred - Archives de la Ville de Montréal

Aerial View Of Expo 67 Being Built - 1965

Mount Royal Cross - 1968

Saint-Hubert Street - 1966

Champ-de-Mars Parking - 1964

Jacques Cartier Bridge - 1963

Photo cred - Archives de la Ville de Montréal

Craig & Clark Street Intersection - 1966

Ile Sainte-Hélène - 1963

Old Port - 1966

Downtown Montreal, Corner Notre-Dame And Windsor - 1964

Seal Show At Jardin des Merveilles - 1969

Photo cred - Archives de la Ville de Montréal

Montreal At Night - 1967

Sainte-Catherine street - 1969

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